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Sunday Mini-Feature: Vintage cereal boxes circa early 1960s. / szoosh | szoosh up your life design blog

Sunday Mini-Feature: Vintage cereal boxes circa early 1960s. / szoosh | szoosh up your life design blog

Vintage Cereal Boxes - anyone remember this breakfast fun?

Vintage Cereal Boxes - anyone remember this breakfast fun?

scary-ass 1960's cereal box design. Eat your breakfast or die!!!!!!!!

scary-ass 1960's cereal box design. Eat your breakfast or die!!!!!!!!

The Dieline Awards 2011: Third Place - Fresh & Easy Kid's Cereal

The Dieline Awards 2011: Third Place - Fresh & Easy Kid's Cereal

I love the old cereal packaging. This Toucan Sam is SO much better than the current one.

I love the old cereal packaging. This Toucan Sam is SO much better than the current one.

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Frosty O’s... One of my fave cereals as a kid.... enough sugar to melt your enamel!

Frosty O’s... One of my fave cereals as a kid.... enough sugar to melt your enamel!

Breakfast-in-a-box: In the late nineteenth century, the overfed women and men of America's Gilded Age had digestive problems. One of their chief problems was constipation. John Harvey Kellogg, a doctor at Battle Creek Sanatorium, and his brother William set up a lab to develop high-fibre foods. They came up with a technique to take soaked corn kernels, crush them flat and toast them. The result was the first cornflakes. (The brothers Kellogg also developed All-Bran)

Breakfast-in-a-box: In the late nineteenth century, the overfed women and men of America's Gilded Age had digestive problems. One of their chief problems was constipation. John Harvey Kellogg, a doctor at Battle Creek Sanatorium, and his brother William set up a lab to develop high-fibre foods. They came up with a technique to take soaked corn kernels, crush them flat and toast them. The result was the first cornflakes. (The brothers Kellogg also developed All-Bran)